Mr Ravi was representing Mr Chua and the opposite 12 bus drivers, whereas SBS Transit was represented by a crew of legal professionals led by Senior Counsel Mr Singh. In his assertion, Mr Chua stated that he and the opposite drivers “do not condone M Ravi’s behaviour at all”. “What he displayed yesterday was a total shock to us, who had put our trust in him,” Mr Chua wrote. “He has let us down very badly and hurt our case immeasurably.” During Monday’s trial, Mr Ravi had referred to Mr Singh as a “clown” whereas discussing points associated to a witness. “There was absolutely no excuse or justification for M Ravi to call Mr Singh a ‘clown’,” stated Mr Chua. According to Mr Chua, Mr Ravi has been paid greater than S$55,000 which was raised by way of donations from the general public. “There was no truth whatsoever to M Ravi’s allegation, which he made yesterday that we have no faith in the Singapore judicial system, and that we do not intend to proceed with the case,” stated Mr Chua. “We have every intention to proceed with the litigation,” stated Mr Chua. “We shall now look for a competent lawyer to represent us in the proceedings.”
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